By Daisy Luther Do you want to make your hard-earned US dollars worth a whole lot more? Are you in a situation where you can work from anyplace with an internet connection? Are you free from anything tying you to one location? If the answer to these questions is “yes” then geoarbitrage might be a lifestyle choice to consider. As I wrote recently, if you want to radically … [Read more...] about Is Geoarbitrage a Lifestyle Option for You?
By Tyler Durden Demand for second passports, citizenships and overseas residencies amid the global Covid pandemic has "skyrocketed". A release out earlier this month from deVere Group, one of the world’s largest independent financial advisory firms, said that the lockdowns and travel restrictions have driven up demand for second passports and the like by more than 50% … [Read more...] about Demand For Second Passports “Skyrockets” By 50% Amid Covid Travel Restrictions
By Simon Black, Sovereign Man British Petroleum announced this week that ALL 6,500 employees in its London office will be working from home within the next two years. BP is even going to shut down the office entirely and sell the building. They’re not the only ones. Right now, in fact, only 13% of London office workers are back at the office. And as we’ve been saying, … [Read more...] about Digital Nomads Will Want to Know About These Two Countries
By Simon Black, Sovereign Man Life has taken an eerie turn for digital nomads as their favorite cities emptied of tourists and foreigners working remotely. Tasha Prados arrived in Vietnam in late February, a few weeks before the country closed its borders. On March 12, she received word that she had 10 days to request an evacuation to the US through her travel … [Read more...] about 4 Countries Welcoming Digital Nomads During Covid
By Jeffrey A. Tucker Not for at least six months or so had I been in an airport. It was my choice. The trains are just too wonderful: no scans, solid internet at no extra charge, large seats, glorious scenery. There is a nice code of etiquette that emerges organically from passengers; it’s not piped in over loudspeakers. You get one announcement at each stop and nothing … [Read more...] about One Hundred Exhortations: Why We Hate Airports
By Steven Maxwell The entire formal education apparatus seems to reinforce the repetition of learning from past generations rather than forging new ideas and new applications for a world changing at an increasingly rapid pace. As Internet connectivity expands and the speed of accessing information increases, the opportunities for formal learning should also accelerate. After … [Read more...] about The Future of Education is Borderless